Download citation voices of civil rights lawyers reflections from the deep south 1964 1980 while bus boycotts sit ins and other acts of civil disobedience were the engine of the civil . Start by marking voices of civil rights lawyers reflections from the deep south 1964 1980 as want to read. These eyewitness accounts provide unique windows onto the most dramatic moments in civil rights history illuminating the legal fights that heralded the 1965 selma march the first civil judgment against the ku klux klan the creation of ballot access for blacks in alabama and the 1968 democratic convention. Civil rights lawyers were handmaidens of change who worked in the back rooms during twentieth century americas era of profound social upheaval kent spriggs a noted lawyer of the period gathers stories of legal maneuvers and memories of racial injustices from 26 voices white and black male and female northern born and southern born many of whom share their own defining moments as . Voices of civil rights lawyers reflections from the deep south 1964 1980 edited by kent spriggs foreword by marian wright edelman format book published gainesville university press of florida 2017 c2017 description xx 415 pages 24 cm other contributors spriggs kent editor
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